Plant Species and Plant Communities: Proceedings of the International Symposium held at Nijmegen, November 11-12, 1976 in honour of Professor Dr. Victor Westhoff on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday

Plant Species and Plant Communities: Proceedings of the International Symposium held at Nijmegen, November 11-12, 1976 in honour of Professor Dr. Victor Westhoff on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday

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ISBN-13: 9789061935919
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 11/28/1978
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1978
Pages: 178
Product dimensions: 8.27(w) x 10.98(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

Opening address.- Personal word to Victor Westhoff.- Plant species and plant communities: An introduction.- Die Quellflur-Gesellschaft des Cratoneuro-Arabidetum bellidifoliae (Koch 1928) in der subalpinen Stufe Graubündens.- Observations on North-West European limestone grassland communities: Phytosociological and ecological notes on chalk grasslands of Southern England.- Vergleich verschiedener Chrysopogon gryllus-reicher Trockenwiesen des insubrischen Klimabereiches und angrenzender Gebiete.- Planning an adaptive numerical classification.- Calluna and its associated species: Some aspects of co-existence in communities.- Aspects of population dynamics in Halimioneportulacoides communities.- Vegetational succession in a South Swedish deciduous wood.- Untersuchungen zur Entwicklung von Gehölz-Aufforstungen auf Bergbaukippen in der Dübener Heide (DDR).- Optimal woodland development on sandy soils in the Netherlands.- Die Bedeutung des Klimas für die Zusammensetzung der Vegetation SW-Ungarns, des Elsasz und der Umgebung von Briançon, Alpes Maritimes.- Geographical changes in the vegetation pattern of raised bogs in the Bay of Fundy region of Maine and New Brunswick.- The importance of closely related taxa for the delimitation of phytosociological units.- Weed species and weed communities.- Le concept de sigmassociation et son application à l’étude du paysage végétal des falaises atlantiques françaises.- A vegetation map of the Netherlands, based on the relationship between ecotopes and types of potential natural vegetation.- Applications phytosociologiques à l’aménagement du territoire.- Evolutionary trends in Mediterranean flora and vegetation.- Plant species and plant communities: Some conclusions.- Reference to original publications in VEGETATIO.- List of unpublished contributions to the symposium.

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